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8 holograms slated for Coachella next year

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Eight exciting hologram performances already slated for next year’s Coachella Music Festival:

8. Biggie Smalls dueting with The Big Bopper (sponsored by Big Lots!).

7. Kurt Cobain fronting—and complaining about—Foo Fighters.

6. Skrillex’s crashed laptop from 2009.

5. Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan playing Rocksmith.

4. Girl Talk’s frozen iPod from 2006.

3. Keith Richards.

2. Eazy E fronting the Nanobots With Attitude electro-posse.

1. Jem & The Holograms, obviously.

Twitter: @Bill_Frost

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